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findings of a legislative committee study. >>> plus, a conversation with an education innovator, sal khan, on a mission to bring a free world class education to anyone, anywhere. >> it's really about the student taking ownership of their own learning. >> coming up next. >>> good evening. welcome to "this week in northern california." big news today from the u.s. supreme court on gay marriage. before we get to our other topics, we'll briefly discuss that with our panelists. joining me tonight are jill tucker, "san francisco chronicle" education reporter. matthai kuruvila, also with the "san francisco chronicle." and paul rogers with "san jose mercury news." the high court announced it will review proposition 8, california's ban on same-sex marriage and the federal defense of marriage act. paul, we'll begin with you. what can we infer from this? what's the time frame? can we expect any sweeping judgments? >> well, a timeframe is the arguments are going to happen in march then we expect a decision by the end of the court session which is june 27th. it will probably go right to the very end.
two green marbles then you are going to win. >> reporter: but not everyone knows his face. sal khan is the founder of the khan academy and the man behind simple but effective video lessons about a wide range of topics, like the fiscal cliff. >> we're cutting on the order in $100 billion in government expenditures. >> reporter: khan started out teaching his cousin math over a we cam. when he posted his videos on youtube, they caught on like wildfire. khan quit his job at a hedge fund and began creating lessons in earnest from his closet. today, the khan academy boasts a full staff. universities like m.i.t. and stanford and for-profit companies like corsara and udacity have jumped into the mix with their own online classes. >> what's exciting about online learning is it's not your -- there's not a competition between the intellectual and your everyday life. they can happen at the same time. >> reporter: khan's vision, anyone can watch his videos anywhere for free at their own pace. his program, and ideas, are now being used by school districts from east palo alto to los angeles. you s
is submitted. >> ms., khan last question. mr. khan, yeah. do you have the documentation on the radius map and mailing list for both sites?. >> not currently on this however, hoirve you do know for a fact that the one of the requirement is the free-foot moving and knees are done by radio services and other company that is provides affidavit of the crazy of the assertion. the service has been made by two people that notice was not received. normally, if we are looking at a neighborhood issue, you know the building department and the planning department, you know using usually in their filed files have the radius maps and the mailing list. >> well i don't have that. >> bauer but you are given a set aren't you? who does the mail, what happens is the mailing information is provided to us from the applicant via the affidavit saying this is rue and accurate and we use that information as part of the area that is to be notified all of the individuals to be notified. >> may i have that answer back? >>> what happens is the applicant as part of the application provides us with the mail
watched all these candidates, most of them try to get to the right of genghes khan and most of them did. the one that stood out for me when people were watching was when being pressed, if we let them go to the emergency room, because we don't want to pay for that, what are you going to do, let them die? you heard people in the audience, yeah, let them die. let them die. chris: i forgot that. >> i'm thinking people watching the republican party here, because you're the representatives, and let them die? no, we're not going to do this in this country. not going to do it. and that was his lucky break. chris: it wasn't the candidates. it was the peanut gallery. the party -- >> the party got -- by all of these people who went to the right of genghes khan. >> republican party prime time week after week was not helpful. chris: and romney to the right. >> and i'm back to ohio. i think this race was won and lost among the western reserve counties in northern ohio between toledo and cleveland. that whole thing came down to that. the auto industry puts a lot of food on a lot of tables there. and o
. with not only pacquiao's loss to bradley in june but also defeats of his other elite fighters. khan and chavez jr. with khan subsequently fired rea roach from his corner. >> i'm wondering if i'm losing my touch. i had a run there for like six years where at least five years where i only lost like three fights in that entire time. now i've lost like three in a row. it's not easy. you know, you sometimes can't sleep at night, and it bugs me. i know losing is part of life, but i hate to lose. >> december 8th then offers the perfect remedy for the frustration that lingers. his best fighter in the ring hungry to fell his longtime rival. >> it's everything. it's like it will justify everything i do. you're best known for your last fight. >> i need to do my best. i mean, i need to work and work hard to -- and i won't let him down. >> it's safe, okay. you're with me, swinging out here, okay. if you touch him here, beat him up, okay? he deserves it. >> he may have remarked a few days earlier that these training sessions have become about following the fighter's lead, but today, his agenda is apparent,
a settlement. last year the maid said khan assaulted her as she was cleaning his room in a hotel in manhattan. prosecutors dropped the criminal charges against khan sites what they called credibility issues with the maid. >>> a strong showing in the tech sector helped drive the dow higher. nasdaq finished up eight. hewellet packered rose after news that their ceo is buying shares. singapore airlines which owns almost half of virgin atlantic said last week it was in talks with a possible buyer. >>> shipping giant fedex said it expected today to be its busiest ever. the company predicted it would handle 19 million packages. the pane -- company says the boost is due to online shopping. >>> we've had a couple of warm days around here today. today no exception, 71 was the high in oakland. 67 in livermore. the clouds start to move in. tomorrow morning you will see a bit of valley fog. we will find out in the inland bay valley. and you can see the rain starting to head our way. so a cold air system coming our way. could see some snow on bay area peaks. it's not a giant system but rain mt. forecast
khan talked like that? >> madeline khan. >> and mustache, hey, doocy? >> i will give you $1,000 if you grow a mustache like that and where it -- wear it on this program. >> i think i he would do it for a thousand dollars. >> what if they paint it on. >> k kilmeade could do it. that was the conqueror john wayne. not the high point in his career. who got thato right? >> she did. >> that would be me. >> she is leading by one. >> bill: so you lead by one with two to go. amazing 50 years. his last movie was released in 1976. what was the name of that film? - please. come doocy. roll the tape, please. >> just throw me your wallet. >> yes, sir. a little something [groans] >> murdered me. >> no. but you are going to have a long winter belly ache you boob. [ laughter ] >> bill: that was a great film. who was the little kid in the film that followed wayne around? ron howard? >> opie? >> bill: that's right. opie. you both got it right and you don't know what the film is about. the great film the shootist. maccallum leads by one with one to go. john wayne was considered for the role in a 1970's a
the former international monetary fun chief dominic strauss khan have settled a lawsuit over sexual assault allegations in a new york courtroom today. the settlements being kept confidential. aren'tou dying to know how much s got? stemming from a may 2010 unter that has been accusing dominic strauss khan of trng toorape her. criminal charges were dropped after osecutors had said the maid had credibility problems. i'm sure she still has some. dying to know. when we come back, and the beer taxes and many moves. and are you sick of being told to put your phone away while you're on a flight? that may all change, but should it? and find out what u tnk. we're coming right back. tracy: member alec olin' tantrum over flight rule he got kicked off a plane for playing words with friends for being told to turn off all of the electronic devices. his outrage lives on after calling for major overha of the faa rules telling him t theo get with the times already. for more on this, executive vice president of the coalition of airline pilots association and fouer of airfare watcog.com join us n. captain, i w
assaulted by the chief of the monetary fund has received a settlement. last year the maid said khan assaulted her as she was cleaning his room in a hotel in manhattan. prosecutors dropped the criminal charges against khan sites what they called credibility issues with the maid. >>> a strong showing in the tech sector helped drive the dow higher. nasdaq finished up eight. hewellet packered rose after news that their ceo is buying shares. singapore airlines which owns almost half of virgin atlantic said last week it was in talks with a possible buyer. >>> shipping giant fedex said it expected today to be its busiest ever. the company predicted it would handle 19 million packages. the pane -- company says the boost is due to online shopping. >>> we've had a couple of warm days around here today. today no exception, 71 was the high in oakland. 67 in livermore. the clouds start to move in. tomorrow morning you will see a bit of valley fog. we will find out in the inland bay valley. and you can see the rain starting to head our way. so a cold air system coming our way. could see some sno
the former international monetary fund chief dominic strauss khan have settled a lawsuit over sexual assault allegations in a new york courtroom today. the settlement is being kept confidential. aren't you dying to know how much she got? stemming from a may 2010 encounter that has been accusing dominic strauss khan of trying toorape her. criminal charges were dropped after prosecutors had said the maid had credibility problems. i'm sure she still has some. dying to know. when we come back, and the beer taxes and many moves. and are you sick of being told to put your phone away while you're on a flight? that may all change, but should it? and find out what you think. we're coming right back. you know how painful heartbn can be. for ft, long lasting relief,, use doctor recommended gavicon®. only gaviscon® forms a protecti barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long sting gaviscon®. [ engine revs ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the mercedes-benz winter event is back, with the perfect vehicle that's just right for you, no matter which list
to pursue charges against dominique strauss-khan. strauss-khan has admitted to attending sex parties at a luxury hotel but he said he did not know some of the women were paid. last week he reached a settlement in new york with the hotel made who accused him of trying to rape her back in may of 2011. >>> the white house threatening a president veto of john boehner's plan b for averting thefully. the white house says it's time for the republicans to stop political posturing. he says this plan is a fallback just in case he and president obama cannot get a deal done by the end of the month. boner's plan would raise income tax rates for those people making more than a million a year and keep them the same for everybody else. president obama wants tax raise to rise on incomes of more than $400 -- $400,000. >>> there was a very minor timing issue when a soyuz spacecraft lifted off from kazakhstan a few hours ago this morning. >> 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and lift-off! >> did you catch that speed up there, tori? >> yes. >> 3, 2, 1! >> the timing of the english countdown. it won't affect the timing of th
30 start ups including companies like comcast, khan academy. as far as we know it's the first time start ups throughout the bay area banded together to help give back during holiday season. >> thank you so much. we appreciate the effort. it's much needed. so once again, join abc p 7 share your holiday food drive there. is time to give. back to you. >> thank you. we'll be checking in with larry and michael and ama later in this newscast. they'll accept your donations through 7:00 this evening. >> help us out. if you can't make it we understand. you can still take part in the share your holiday food drive by calling the number on the screen.'3 or you can text the word feed to 80077 to donate on your cell phone bill. >> still to come here tonight, fbi singles out an order of nuns in the east bay what. they're doing to advance the fight against human trafficking. >> first, a dog mauling in central valley. a man found dead after a vicious attack. >> and we'll hear from some bay area couple who's pick this >>> we have more break news tonight. abc 7 news learned state public health depart
than the wrath of khan. so if a deal is more likely, why sell now. legitimate question, ain't it. it could be the major reason we didn't sell-off. we rallied 7%. even if boehner's plan b won and president said that's legitimate stillborn and couldn't be considered serious. there's been little selling in the last few weeks despite how much politicians clearly loathe each other and couldn't have a pbr. i believe we can quick selling off. more and more people recognize we could go over the cliff. even if this is why we shouldn't sell. you can get an achievable goal of helping with tax breaks. it could be possible as soon as next week. remember, it isn't a cliff where you have a hard landing. it's more like a jump on a trampoline or a deep swimming pool where there's a recovery is almost a certainty although it could be like one of those vicious belly flops where you come up and you're all red. if things sore rosy, why should we go down at all? we would hope for grand bargain to put this issue out of the way for good. we'll get a smaller deal that's good for business because it will
known grover for 35 years is indeed worth than the wrath of khan. so why bother to sell now? it's a pretty legitimate subsequent, can't it? now we rallied 7% from the november woes. and i believe we can keep selling off. not hard, but certainly a couple percent as more and more people recognize that we could be going over the cliff. even if this is why you shouldn't sell. pull back again. perhaps by getting the achievable goal by helping the middle class with tax breaks. remember, it isn't a cliff where you have a hard landing. more kind of a jump on to a trampoline, maybe like a deep swimming pool. there is a recovery that is almost a certainty, but it could be a vicious belly flop where you come out and you're so red. jim, i think we should look for a grand bargain. instead, likely we get a smaller deal. it will be a letdown for those of us who would hope washington would recede into the background. washington should go back to being like the washington monument and the lincoln memorial. we have hedge fund managers who have bet we could have a benign finish to the year. it doe
to the top, right to chairman mao. during a trip of pakistan, they asked president khan to arrange the china connection. >> nothing happened for six months, then we got a message from the chinese via pakistan that basically said we should start talking, but in a very convoluted way. between each of these communications there was about three months, because they were hand-carried, handwritten. it was 19th century style diplomacy. >> so untraceable in case it was found. >> somewhat deniable. somewhat less embarrassing. we had no way of knowing who was on the other side. >> nixon and kissinger knew that one misunderstanding, one slip-up could derail these initial contacts. >> in 1971 during a lag in dispatches, the lob of a tiny ball nearly derailed the detente. >> the chinese on their own through our intense confusion invited the united states ping-pong team to china, which they did as a warning to us, which in effect was you better hurry up with your answer, because if you don't do it, then the channel we are talking now, we may go public. it was an intense difficulty for us, because none in
? they remind me khan, of the star trek villain who showed the wrath on us by sticking proverbial ear wigs into our ears. but the ceos of the companies themselves, sorry, in true scotty fashion, they're giving her all she's got, and just like spock, they want you to live long and prosper. bob in florida, bob? >> caller: hey, big boo-yah to you, cramer. >> right back at ya. >> caller: first thing i want to do is thank you quick for all you do to demystify the market for people. >> that's my goal. thank you. >> caller: i'm guessing i'm not the only senior citizen living on social security that depends on a portfolio of dividend stocks as a supplement. i'd like to get your take on the future of the income stream that took me so long to create. with one stock in particular, windstream. >> i'm worried about windstream. and i read a lot of the analyst reports and they say, listen, you should be worried. when i have everyone telling me to be worried, i'm not someone who whistles past the graveyard. i say ain't worth it. >> sell, sell, sell. >> john in new york, please, john? >> caller: hey, how y
apolitical egyptians clearly yearn for their leaders to start filling that half-empty cup. in khan el khalili marketplace, 60-year-old pensioner mohamed taha bemoaned the upheaval that has kept tourists and business away. >> ( translated ): we want life to go on. it doesn't matter if people say yes to constitution or say no. >> warner: but samer shehata says it may be hard for egypt to move on after the vote. if this referendum is adopted, is approved as expected, where does that leave egyptian society? >> it produces a very divided, polarized egyptian society, one in which many of those liberal secular voices will feel that the constitution is an illegitimate document, and that certainly is not healthy for democratic consolidation in egypt. >> warner: for an egypt still waiting for the promise of the revolution to be fulfilled in its citizens' daily lives, that would be a bleak prospect indeed. we asked two experts to weigh in on the discontent in egypt. read their responses on "the rundown." >> woodruff: again, the major developments of the day: a gunman walked into an elementary school in
after this video obtained by the new york police was recorded, 58-year-old keysa khan, whose face is obscured, was pushed on to the tracks, police say, by the man yelling at him. a subway barreling through the station killed khan with horrified onlookers unable to save him. >> i know they were arguing with each other and stuff. and i saw people trying to flag the train down before the train got to him. >> reporter: the fight happened around 12:30 in the afternoon on this platform only about ten feet wide. a doctor on the platform says the victim was trying to protect people that he didn't know. and she says that many people tried to help him by alerting subway personnel. the victim was struck, and she says she performed three to four minutes of chest compressions on him, but it was too late. one eyewitness describes the train coming to an abrupt stop three quarters into the station. >> people are just standing in fear and shock not knowing what's going on. some people started running out of the platform and other people just stood there and really didn't know what was going on. >>
chief dominique strauss khan, settled a lawsuit filed by a new york city hotel maid accused him of sexual assault. the terms of at agreement not disclosed. but diallo seeking unspecified damages for physical, emotional, and psychological harm. >>> and someone has launched a parody called "modern seinfeld" that's pretty funny. elaine has a bad waiter at a nice restaurant. her negative yelp review goes viral she gets banned and crakr accidentally enjoys the tea party. >>> and jerry trips when walking out to perform on "the tonight show" the gif goes viral tumblr and elaine dates a freegan. >> can you copyright a tweet? >> are you an attorney? >> i am a nonpracticing attorney. i went to law school, never practiced a day in my life. >> in this era, such widespread and instantaneous dissemination of information, the whole issue of intellectual property and how you hold onto that intellectual product is significant. >> and as journalists we're well aware of that. >> and i think the guy who's did humble brag, pretty famous twitter handle, got signed up for some kind of tv pilot. >> it
. >>> a settlement reached in a civil suit filed against former inf boss dominique strauss-khan. diallo was receiving unspecified damages. >>> and a major legal battle over choose life license plates. a federal judge in north carolina issued that they can't issue choose life license plates without offering one with a different viewpoint. the ruling suggests the state will have to offer a kill the sea turtles plate to counter the save the sea turtles version. >>> a ruling on the nfl bounty can scal do co scan call do come today. the decision could affect whether two current saints linebackers, jonathan vilma and will smith, get to play out the season. vilma, a full-season suspicion, smith suspended four games. they have been allowed to play during their appeal. guys. >> big moment in football. >>> 16 minutes after the hour. early read on local news. a story in pennsylvania's "tribune review." people who knew fallen s.e.a.l. nicholas checque are sharing their memories. a former neighbor says it was nick's name to be a navy s.e.a.l. all through high school and his mother and sister were so proud. a form
khan has reached a settlement. claiming attacked her in may of last year. details we're told will remain confidential and by the way, not in the courtroom are we are. >> collecting something. >> imagine the details are revealed. ashley: let's get back to the details, our next guest says it would go over the fiscal cliff at the end of the year, we are in for a big stock market. i like that. chief investment officer joins us now. thanks, hitting the market actually believes we will come to a deal. >> absolutely. you get this sense it doesn't really wants to sell off even with all this uncertainty with both sides going back and forth, are we talking, are we not talking. the market seems to be creeping higher, seems to be seen through what is traditional political rhetoric and grandstanding and recognizing a deal will be done. ashley: it is one thing to get a deal, one other thing to get a bad one. even though we did not follow the cliff, we are stuck with a lot of bad decisions. >> even in a bad deal, tracy, one thing we can say is certainty will replace uncertainty. that is a b
spent too much, we borrowed too much, we won't do it again. i'm not mr. speaker khan is the one thing the chancellor cannot say. until it does come in the british public will never trust him with the labor party with their public finances again. [shouting] >> mr. andrew tai ran. >> they will be the bedrock of economic recovery. they need stability. i believe what we've heard today delivers them more stability. [shouting] does he also agree though that businesses are pretty early small need thanks that land. but that in mind, we need to examine the most radical to achieve this. first of all, opening that thinks it much more competition for lenders as the treasury committee has recommended, claiming that price balance sheets at the bank of england has bank of england has now been advocating in the financial stability reform and possibly even breaking up one or more of the state-owned banks to improve their funding. >> i think my right honorable friend makes a great point that many of the problems in our economy are formed by the credit constraint in the elevated thing funny kosko which
-- jiang gis khan had a real fight on his hands in afghanistan. the russians had quite a time where they eventually withdrew and lost the war. so it has proven the afghans are good fighters, if nothing else, and that the terrain is such that it is a difficult environment to fight in. host: pat is calling from medford, new jersey, a republican. caller: thank you so much for c- span. i have a question about the news media and why we have not heard more from them about this. host: about what specifically? caller: about the corruption. i have read bits and pieces, but i have not seen any blank the articles. -- any lenghy articles. i think that it warrants major reporting. is this a product of a whitewashing? is it your perspective that not enough is being written about about what you've written about in this book? guest: to a certain extent it has been an under reported story. although i do have to say there's a mountain of government reports and data that the inspector general's of the major agencies have rolled out a very thought-provoking reports as well as the special investigator f
foreign-policy. that was the rationale that also cut the khan eunice party as the dictatorship in the country. so the end of the cold war reforms that gorbachev started these reforms when i got out of hand, brought the end to the soviet union. they got out of hand and got out of control, and the end of the soviet union in my opinion was caused almost entirely by internal forces and these were unleashed by the end of the cold war, beginning with the the inf treaty. >> ros do you share that view? >> i do and maybe have two words that we have not used throughout this that were so popular at the time with respect to understanding what gorbachev was trying to do. perestroika and -- and he was attempting to change the soviet union internally even as he was in gauge with us and talking about forces out of control, that is a lot to have going on at the same time and it's in many respects a wonder he held onto it for as long as he did. >> rick, you mentioned earlier on that the russians made a fundamental mistake when they moved the ss-20's in. where they're in a fundamental mistakes th
is there any other public comment? seeing none the commissioners the matter is submitted. >> ms., khan last question. mr. khan, yeah. do you have the documentation on the radius map and mailing list for both sites?. >> not currently on this however, hoirve you do know for a fact that the one of the requirement is the free-foot moving and knees are done by radio services and other company that is provides affidavit of the crazy of the assertion. the service has been made by two people that notice was not received. normally, if we are looking at a neighborhood issue, you know the building department and the planning department, you know using usually in their filed files have the radius maps and the mailing list. >> well i don't have that. >> bauer but you are given a set aren't you? who does the mail what happens is the mailing information is provided to us from the applicant via the affidavit saying this is rue and accurate and we use that information as part of the area that is to be notified all of the individuals to be notified. >> may
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